Staff and Clients Celebrate KMBI's 31st Anniversary

KMBI held its 31st anniversary celebration last November 24, 2017, marking another milestone of God's faithfulness to the organization.

Highlighting the celebration was the recognition of 25 outstanding KMBI Program Members through the appreciation activities which spanned from November 22-25, 2017. The Program Members were housed at Sequoia Hotel in Quezon City for the duration of the event and received intensive business training and workshops.

Included also in the appreciation activities is the exposure visit to the KMBI Head Office in Valenzuela City & nearby branches and a center house in Tandang Sora Branch. The Program Members were also taken for a tour around Manila.

On the anniversary date, selected KMBI Head Office staff reached out to women inmates of Valenzuela City Jail. Around 240 inmates received early Christmas gifts through personal hygiene and food kits. The organization also distributed 5 units of PureIt Water Filter, 10 Stand Fans and 50 Monoblock chairs to improve the overall conditions of the area. KDFI Program Director, Mr. Reginold delos Reyes, shared the gospel to the participants.

The celebration of KMBI's 31st anniversary for the Head Office staff concluded in the afternoon at the Panay Office with a food bazaar & games, fellowship, and group presentations. Rev. Jebo Banzuelo imparted God's Words through the central verse of Philippians 1:6.

Simultaneously, all branches celebrated KMBI's 31st year through fellowship and other fun activities.

The anniversary celebration aims to enhance the personal valuing of staff by appreciating their collective hard work in continuing the mission and vision of the organization.

Design Your ENTREP Center Christmas Contest: Year 2

Light up the Christmas spirit in your center house! The Design Your ENTREP Center Christmas Contest: Year 2 is now open to all KMBI Program Members.

How to Join

1. Participating Program Members must collaboratively create Christmas decorations using recycled materials.

2. Take five (5) pictures of the Christmas decorations in various angles using a phone or a digital camera. All photos must be e-mailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Please make sure that the images are clear. Blurred and/or unidentifiable shots may decrease your chances of winning or even void your entry.

3. In the e-mail body, include a brief description of your entry (materials used, how the decoration was made, etc.)

4. Add the name of center, branch, contact number, and the name of Program Officer using underscores as spaces in between information of the image.

Example: ENTREP345B_Butuan_09209968334_PO_Christian_Lopez.jpg

Note: In case the ENTREP Center has no representative who can send the entry via e-mail, the photo can be coursed through their Program Officer and sent via branch e-mail.

5. Two centers may work together, but their output will be considered as a single entry.


Entries must be submitted on or before December 11, 2017.

The entries will be posted on Facebook on December 13, 2017. Center house with the most Facebook likes by December 20, 2017 will receive cash prize.




Nine (9) winners

PhP 3,000

Most Facebook likes award*

PhP 3,000

*If any of the winners garner the most Facebook likes, they shall receive the award on top of the existing cash prize.








Adherence to the theme




Final judging will be on December 15, 2017. Results will be announced on December 21, 2017.

Luzon Region Mounts Spiritual Retreat and Sports Fest

Around 500 staff from Luzon operations gathered together to celebrate oneness and unity as a family during the Luzon Regional Staff Spiritual Retreat and Sports Fest at Facundo Farms and Resort, Magalang, Pampanga last October 14-15, 2017.

With the theme: “Me & My Family: Serving Joyfully, Leading Faithfully,” the activity was graced by Pastor Emiliano David. He highlighted three God-given resources needed to build a strong family: 1) His Word; 2.) His Works; and 3.) His Wonderful Gifts.

Pastor Emiliano further reminded the staff that the ultimate recipient of our services is no other than God, and leadership is not a position, but a function.

The first day concluded with a dinner fellowship with accents of bohemian motif. The evening session kicked off with a per-area singing competition and awarding of the Mr. and Ms. Face of the Night.

All staff geared up for the regional sports fest the following day. Seven areas raised their banners and altogether trooped to Magalang Sports Complex to officially commence the series of tournaments.

The activity for Luzon staff capped off the series of retreats mounted by KMBI to meet the strategic direction of developing faith-based outlook and values of people, enhancing personal valuing, and building close and healthy relationships.

KMBI Revisits Q3 Accomplishments, Sets Plans For 2018

The Expanded Management Committee (ManCom) convened at the Pinnacle Hotel Suites in Davao City last October 4, 2017 to present the 3rd quarter accomplishments and recalibrate the course of action for the remaining quarter.

The committee, composed of Deputy Executive Directors, Department Directors, Division and Area Managers, and selected Officers, discussed concerns and issues from the previous quarter. The quarterly meeting aims to strengthen the management in their decision-making process and give the team a sense of unity and engagement, in order to move the organization forward.

Following the meeting is the three-day operational planning for 2018 which ran from October 5-7, 2017, attended by the same committee. The operational planning is being done during the last quarter of the year to discuss assumptions and targets for the succeeding year, and synchronize the plans of all departments based on the seven (7) Strategic Directions enumerated in the Business Plan “Paghandom sa Damlag: Vision 2020”.

Contact KMBI

12 San Francisco Street, Karuhatan,
Valenzuela City, Metro Manila 1441, Philippines


+632 2911484 to 86


+632 2922441